Geraint Thomas: ‘It’s about getting kids to enjoy riding their bikes’

Cycling

Tour de France winner and double Olympic champion Geraint Thomas wants to make cycling “fun and accessible” for youngsters.

Thomas has launched a new charitable trust which aims to get more young people cycling.

Over 10 years, the Geraint Thomas Charitable Trust hopes to make cycling more accessible to 5,000 children and young people aged seven to 18.

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